Portfolio Session with Model Rachael Campbell

Portfolio Session with Model Rachael Campbell

Rachael Rocks! A Modeling Portfolio Shoot -- Image Theory Style A Crummy Fashion Show Leads to a Fortunate Meeting In November of last year, Image Theory did a full-day portfolio shoot for Houston model Rachael Campbell. As you'll see in the following images, Rachael is the real deal. She is graceful and striking, and it all translates perfectly on camera. I met Rachael and her mom, Danette, way back in

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Claire Drennan Look Book: Offbeat is Upbeat!

Claire Drennan Look Book: Offbeat is Upbeat!

Claire Drennan Look Book: Offbeat is Upbeat Back in October, Claire Jarvis, the owner, founder, and creative force behind Claire Drennan Knitwear asked if I would do a look book fashion shoot for her new line of neck wear.  An assignment that involves photographing a bunch of knit ties may not sound interesting to you, but then you may not know Claire. .envirabox-wrap .envira-pinterest-share { background-color: transparent; transition: none; -moz-transition:

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A Stylish Senior Portrait Session

A Stylish Senior Portrait Session

Question: What Happens When You Cross a Senior Portrait with a Fashion Shoot?Answer: A Whole Lot of Fun, That's What! Not Your Standard Senior Shoot. We're fairly selective what kind of senior portraits we do at Image Theory Photoworks.  Our focus is on fashion photography, with the occasional environmental portrait or professional headshot thrown in.  If there’s no creative angle to a shoot, I'm not very interested. I got the

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Fashion Models and Texas Bluebonnets

Fashion Models and Texas Bluebonnets

Fashion Models and Texas Bluebonnets Near the entrance to the Belleville property in the great wildflower spring of 2007. You have to look pretty good if you’re going to compete with a field of Texas bluebonnets.  Two of ITP’s favorite models – Tayler Campbell and Savannah O’Hara – are more than up to the challenge. I took Tayler and Savannah to a beautiful property near Belleville, Texas. About 50 miles

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